Author Archive | Jurgen
I visited Stormont Madubela Primary School in Nyanga this morning to check on the progress of our project. The first elements of the fence are up and the toilet blocks are looking better and better. The construction is still going on and I will be back and share new images in the next two weeks.
This Tuesday, Rotary Club Noon Gun and Rotary Club Cape Town welcomed the Austrian Ambassador Brigitte Öppinger-Walchshofer to our joint meeting at the Cullinan Hotel. Here are some images from this evening.
We are looking forward to welcome you at this very special event in our diary. We want to combine fun of dressing up with live entertainment and raising funds for our projects of our club. The event will be on 9 November 2012 at the Cullinan Hotel 18:30 for 19:00. The menu of the […]
Through a growing partnership between Ukhanyo Primary School in Masiphumelele and Grundschule Neubiberg in Bavaria, children in Bavaria were able to sell Vuvuzelas the learners in Masiphumelele made. The partner school Grundschule Neubibiberg was able to raise funds to support Ukhanyo Primary School. Here are some pictures from both schools and the handover in Neubiberg.
Tonight we welcomed, Ruth Friedman and Bonus Ndlovu to speak about the Umthombo Wesiszwe Children’s Project. It was an impressive presentation of diversity in South Africa and here is a short clip from Ruth’s presentation this evening. Ruth, the founder of Umthmobo Wesizwe was accompanied by Bonus Ndlovu, the project coordinator of the organization. Check […]
On 29 June 2012, we celebrate the beginning of the new Rotary year with the traditional Induction Dinner and induction of the new leadership of the club. We are celebrating at the Westin. The event is open for anyone interested in Rotary and the cost for the evening is R225 per person.
In our meeting last night, Leonardo Locatelli, Giacomo Martinelli and Laura Alvarez Mulett shared their experience as Rotary exchange students in Cape Town. All three of them gave some really good insights into their experience and what they will take home as result from their exchange. Gavin Schachat from the Rotary Club of Seapoint […]
When two unlikely partners the women’s only gym Curves and the Rotary Club of Noon Gun joined forces in a recent project, the result was an astounding 5000 kg of non perishable food items collected for a good cause. Members of 20 Curves clubs in the greater Cape Town area generously contributed towards the food […]
We had the pleasure to have Partick Bermingham from the Rotary Club of Coventry Phoenix and his wife Racheal with us for our lunch. They both are visiting Cape Town for Racheal’s big birthday tomorrow and have been enjoying their stay so far.